Milo Hall Decides to Leave Cowboy Football Team
The Wyoming Cowboy football roster will feature one less “Hall,” after junior Milo Hall announced his decision to transfer via Twitter Thursday.
A few hours after the news became public, Wyoming head coach Craig Bohl released the news through the university.
Bohl said in a released statement from UW, “Milo (Hall) has been a true team player during his time here at Wyoming, playing running back, wide receiver and special teams for us. We wish Milo all the best in his future.”
Hall was a standout running back at Cherry Creek High School in the Denver area. He was the Colorado 5A Player of the Year in 2014 after leading the Bruins to a state championship.
After he redshirted in 2015, Hall played in three games during the 2016 season. He carried the ball 24 times for 90 yards and caught five passes for 21 yards in 12 games last year. Hall started four of those.
Hall moved from running back to receiver during spring practice at UW. He was majoring in business.
There was no word on where Hall plans to transfer.